Sonora’s Girl Scout troop performs an act every year for the Avery school Razzmatazz talent show. This year, their act was to be dancing ostriches. This was accomplished with a bunch of black lights and custom outfits. The results were much better in person, but quite nice to see.
Sonora had an orchestra concert today. Here she is in uniform getting ready.
She was lucky enough to sit with her friend Ella for the concert. You can tell that they are having a great time together!
And focusing on playing her music.
I went out for an evening paddle in our Perception Carolina kayak. It was a bit of training for the MR340 and a bit relaxing. I paddled places I don’t normally go when out with a tandem partner.
The launch at Greentree park in Kirkwood.
The waterfall where Simpson lake drains into the Mearmec river.
A selfie to prove I was there.
We’re shaking off the winter as the sun is coming out more. Grandma Carol with Danelle and Sonora in the kitchen all smiles!
And if you didn’t know it was warm yet, you can tell by the number of unicycle photos I’ve taken, getting out as much as possible!
Riding in the bike lane during rush hour.
With the kids at Creve Couer lake for a lap around.
My niece Lindsey is about a year and a half old. We have never seen her. Since she lives in Wichita Kansas, we don’t often get to KC at the same time. In fact, I even tried to end my motorcycle trip early to see her and failed. So we got in town and the only thing we did was play with her and hold her as much as possible! Of course she didn’t warm up to us right away, but the hugs were worth the wait!
Ok, while we were there, I also made two trips to the airport. Henry went there to pick my mom up from a trip and his car slipped a belt while he was there. I went to pick him up, but didn’t have the right tools. So we took mom back home and went out later with the right tools to fix it.